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  • Title: Home | K4Health
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to main content.. Sign In.. K4Health.. org.. Toolkits.. Photoshare.. POPLINE.. GHSP Journal.. eLearning.. FP Handbook.. Search form.. Search.. Translate.. Subscribe.. Home.. Topics.. Publications & Resources.. Blog & News.. Events.. Products & Services.. Field Activities.. About.. Contribute mHealth Evidence.. Join the effort and contribute mHealth evidence – almost 6000 records and growing! Simply drag our new bookmarklet to your bookmarks bar and use it from any webpage to contribute mHealth evidence!.. Image.. © 2011 Cameron Taylor, Courtesy of Photoshare.. Read More.. Need a 2014 Calendar?.. While you're waiting for the results of the.. 2013 Photoshare Photo Contest.. , why not download a copy of.. Photoshare's 2014 calendar.. ?.. © 2010 Anil Gulati, Courtesy of Photoshare.. The Latest from the K4Health Blog.. Going undercover to understand contraceptive use, Gates Foundation debunks myths about poverty, updated M E guide now available, launching Global Health eLearning Community Groups, and more on the K4Health Blog.. © 2005 Virginia Lamprecht, Courtesy of Photoshare.. Get what you need from POPLINE.. POPLINE.. has more than.. 370,000 abstracts.. on population, family planning, and reproductive health.. But did you know it also provides.. free full-text copies.. of most of those documents to users in low- and middle-income countries and development-supportive agencies?.. High Impact Practices in Family Planning.. K4Health is helping to promote USAID’s.. High Impact Practices (HIPs) in Family Planning.. initiative–gathering data and sharing approaches for family planning programs that make the biggest difference.. © 1993 Center for Communication Programs, Courtesy of Photoshare.. From USAID: Hormonal Contraception and HIV Technical Brief.. The complex relationship of hormones and HIV: Current evidence, recommendations, and implications summarized in this four-page brief.. © 2005 Nathalie Raharilaza, Courtesy of Photoshare.. Latest Updates.. Blog post.. February 03, 2014.. Going Undercover in Kisumu.. A ceiling fan swirled lazily above our heads, doing little to dissipate the intense heat of an afternoon in Western Kenya during the region’s dry season.. Ten pairs of eyes watched me expectantly as I waited impatiently for my presentation to load and project onto the concrete block wall.. It was the first day of a week-long training that would precede nearly three months of data collection at health care facilities in Kisumu, Kenya.. This was my first experience serving as the principal investigator for a study, and I was a bundle of anticipatory nerves.. My goal was to charge my data collection team with a sense of urgency and an understanding of the life-saving benefits of family planning for women and their children.. The day stretched long as we unpacked the relationship between contraceptive prevalence and maternal, infant, and child health.. At the end of the day, I felt encouraged when one member of my team stayed behind to share, “I learned so much today.. You’ve given me a.. language.. to talk about family planning with women and their partners.. ”.. A healthcare provider with a client in Kenya.. © 2009 David Mita Aluku,.. Courtesy of Photoshare.. Many years ago, I worked at my local Planned Parenthood for a program designed to prevent teen pregnancy.. Drawing on these early experiences in service delivery, I often wonder if a woman’s decision to use contraception is influenced by her interaction with her health care provider.. In many developing countries, we try to understand the relationship between the quality of family planning services and actual contraceptive use by collecting data at health facilities, usually in the form of interviews with family planning providers and their clients.. Curious about the accuracy of this self-reported data, I traveled to Kenya in 2012 to implement an unusual study.. I worked with a team of.. undercover.. data collectors—local women hired to pose at facilities as new family planning clients and then report back to research staff about their experiences.. Our study findings surprised me.. Sometimes my data collectors came back to me with glowing reports of service providers truly devoted to the well-being of their clients.. Other times, however, members of my team reported less positive experiences, such as waiting all day at a facility without ever receiving services or witnessing a family planning provider shouting at clients as the clients waited long hours to be served.. I was also surprised when a number of my data collectors reported being charged for services that are reportedly provided for free.. This often happened behind closed doors and without receipts.. A more detailed account of our findings is available.. in our recently published article.. in the journal.. Global Health: Science and Practice.. Global Health: Science Practice.. Service Delivery.. Family Planning Services.. Read more.. January 31, 2014.. Register Now for the Global Health Mini-University.. The.. Global Health Mini-University.. is only five weeks from today!.. Registration for the day-long event is now open.. The Mini-U is "an annual learning forum for.. Global Health professionals and students.. It offers a variety of sessions highlighting.. evidence-based best practices.. and.. state-of-the-art information.. " In years past, Mini-U has been a rich environment for learning and networking.. For instance, Mini-U 2011 was where the original idea for the.. Social Media for Global Health.. working group originated.. 2014 Agenda.. Download PDF.. This year, K4Health's.. Peggy D'Adamo.. Tara Sullivan.. , along with Patricia Mantey and Taj Sharriff are hosting a Cross-Cutting session called.. Cooking up Knowledge Management (KM): Recipes for Practitioners.. at 2:45pm:.. There is no need to continue your search for the perfect KM recipe – let K4Health, WASHplus and USAID fill you in on some winning recipes from their test kitchens.. The KM Café will explore the complex flavors of: readability, good data visualization, M E, and blended learning as well as explore some recipes that fell flat.. Expert chefs from six KM areas will teach you key ingredients and explore practical applications of the recipe in the global health setting.. Beginning and experienced chefs are encouraged to attend as this will be a participatory session.. Mini-University.. 5 Lessons on Integrating Family Planning and Maternal Health.. This post.. by.. Sirina Keesara.. Grace Lesser.. originally appeared on the.. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Impatient Optimists blog.. Keesara and Lesser are with.. Jacaranda Health.. in Kenya, which is "developing a replicable model to provide affordable, high-quality maternal health services to low-income women worldwide.. Jacaranda Health is a stellar example of how the global community is working towards meeting the unmet need for family planning.. Here, they share five lessons on integrating postpartum family planning services in their maternity services.. What lessons have you learned about integrating family planning into health services? Tell us in the comments.. Photo © Jacaranda Health.. Source:.. Impatient Optimists.. Jacaranda Health is working to change the way that maternity care is provided in Africa.. We are developing a replicable model to provide affordable, high-quality maternal health services to low-income women worldwide.. Our goal is to become a global laboratory for some of the most exciting innovations in maternal and child health service delivery.. Family planning is one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce maternal mortality, and at Jacaranda we are committed to integrating high quality family planning services to the spectrum of our maternity services.. We hope to contribute to the community by sharing what we are learning about providing postpartum family planning services in resource-constrained settings.. 1.. Integrate family planning into maternity services.. Pregnant women have so much to think about during pregnancy – where to deliver, how to save for the costs, the baby clothes – that preventing the next child is often the last thing on their mind.. But studies from around the world have shown that nearly 80 percent of women do not want a pregnancy in the two years following a delivery.. Half of these women would like to start contraception within six weeks after delivery.. In Kenya, 90 percent of women in the three months postpartum and 68 percent of women at one year postpartum still have an unmet need for family planning.. Most health care facilities design maternity care and family planning as separate services; we believe the two should be married.. Integration of family planning into antenatal, postpartum, and child wellness services is proven to help women meet their contraceptive desires.. At Jacaranda, we’ve integrated family planning cues into documentation so that providers do not have to struggle with multiple  ...   health,.. it would be possible to not only avoid unnecessary deaths, but also have healthier, more productive individuals, communities and countries.. " At the recent.. International Conference on Family Planning.. , there was much talk about the unmet need for family planning among young people.. Ministers of Health from across Africa visited clinics around Addis Ababa and held an all-day meeting titled.. The Youth Dividend: Return on Investment in Family Planning.. The solutions range from the grand policy solution to nuancing a media message.. Free primary education is a preventive factor for early pregnancy.. , and has been implemented in Kenya and other countries.. On a smaller scale, behavior change communications materials might benefit from using language other than 'family planning' when talking with young people who have an unmet need for contraception, but who are not thinking in terms of planning their families.. What are the best ways to meet the unmet need for family planning among young people? Tell us in the comments.. A mother and her newborn at a maternity ward in Dili, Timor Leste.. Small investments in women's and children's health will yield a large return, according to the Global Investment Framework for Women's and Children's Health.. Photo by: Ron Haviv / UNFPA.. A recent study published in The Lancet found that an increase of only $5 per capita per year in 74 of the poorest countries in the world can result in a nine-fold social and economic return.. Global Investment Framework for Women’s and Children’s Health.. — supported by the.. Population Fund.. , the.. World Health Organization.. and other partners — shows that small investments in women’s and children’s health will yield a large return.. By making the additional investments needed for life-saving interventions, it would be possible to not only avoid unnecessary deaths, but also have healthier, more productive individuals, communities and countries.. The social and economic benefits would include preventing the needless deaths of 5 million women, 147 million children, and 32 million stillbirths by 2035.. Nearly all of the averted maternal deaths would be in low- or lower-middle-income countries, two-thirds of them in sub-Saharan Africa.. The benefits would also include greater GDP growth through increased employment, productivity and personal income.. From UNFPA’s perspective, the framework touches a key development area: sexual and reproductive health.. A key finding of the analysis reconfirms what UNFPA has always said — that reducing the unmet need for family planning is a primary driver of the benefits, accounting for half of all the deaths prevented in the accelerated investment scenario.. The push by the international community to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health, including maternal health, is rightly putting family planning and choices at the heart of our combined efforts.. And, to achieve and sustain inclusive development, we must also focus on young people, in particular young women and girls.. Youth.. Unmet Needs.. UNFPA.. January 13, 2014.. Research Meets Real Life and Underscores the Importance of Access.. As a researcher, it has been rare for me to interact directly with the women and men whose lives are intended to be impacted by our work.. Typically, my interactions go no further than the data collectors I train.. However, when my research was based in Latin America and the Caribbean, I could unobtrusively participate in pilot testing of data collection instruments.. Not so in sub Saharan Africa (SSA) where I do not resemble the locals, and as a “muzungu” (foreigner) could be disruptive to the data collection process.. Nevertheless, it was in Zambia that I experienced the closest, and some of my more memorable, interactions with health care providers and family planning clients.. Dawn Chin Quee ties the legs of a chicken in Zambia.. My experiences in Zambia were gained through a pilot study conducted in Mumbwa and Luangwa districts.. The study in Zambia is described in detail in a.. recently published.. online article.. that reports on.. the safety, feasibility, acceptability, and cost-effectiveness of community health worker (CHW) provision of Depo Provera as well as its impact on family planning uptake.. Our study found very high uptake of injectables when the method was added to the contraceptive method mix provided by CHWs: during the study period, the CHWs provided protection against pregnancy for one year (couple-year of protection) to 2,206 Depo Provera clients compared with 51 condom clients and 391 pill clients.. Of the 1,739 clients new to family planning, 85% chose Depo, and continuation rates were high.. Collaboration with our partner, ChildFund Zambia, as well as with the Ministry of Health and many other stakeholders were as rewarding as they were integral to the success of the pilot and scale up.. Family Planning.. January 07, 2014.. Resolution for 2014: Demystifying Knowledge Management.. The contributions of family planning stakeholders range impressively.. We conduct research and publish our finding.. We design, fund, and roll out interventions.. We write and implement policies and guidelines.. We create training curricula and job aids.. These varied and hard-won successes have the potential to feed into K4Health’s ultimate goal of continued, more, and/or better family planning access for billions of people worldwide.. A woman in Medinipore, India, stands in her marigold field while speaking to a customer on a mobile phone.. © 2012 Nimai Chandra Ghosh,.. But without a concerted effort to knit those pieces together into a coherent whole, we leave too much up to chance.. That’s where knowledge management comes in.. Knowledge managers ensure there are dynamic links between the complementary worlds of specialists—including program managers, health care providers, policymakers, medical experts, donors, and more.. Without those links, critical information—and the knowledge of how to apply it effectively—withers on the vine, never reaching fruition and benefitting the family planning client.. How do we take something as abstract as knowledge management and break it into bite-sized pieces so it can help family planning stakeholders, especially K4Health’s primary audiences of health program managers and health care providers?.. These five ideas are a start—and I’d love to hear your feedback.. What resonates, and what falls flat for you? What are we missing? How can we make sure our work ultimately adds practical value within low- and middle-income countries?.. Load More.. Sharing accurate, up-to-date knowledge and tools to strengthen family planning and other public health efforts worldwide.. org is part of the.. Knowledge for Health Project.. For New Visitors.. Program Planners Managers.. Access a suite of tools to help with planning, managing, and implementing programs in family planning/reproductive health and related health areas.. Health Care Practitioners.. Find the latest scientific evidence and guidance in family planning and reproductive health to help save lives and improve health.. Researchers Evaluators.. Access a range of tools to help you conduct your research and evaluation activities in family planning/reproductive health and related health programs.. Trainers Educators.. Use or adapt training curricula, job aids, research summaries, images, and eLearning courses in your training and education sessions.. Featured Topics.. Evaluating Health KM Programs.. Mobile Technologies for Health (mHealth).. High-Impact Practices in Family Planning.. HIV/AIDS.. Knowledge Management for Public Health.. All Topics.. Products Services.. Online.. libraries of selected resources on health and technical topics.. Photoshare is K4Health's editorial collection of.. health and development images.. specifically selected for use in communication materials,.. free for nonprofit and educational use.. POPLINE® is the world's largest database of.. reproductive health literature.. All Products Services.. Connect with K4Health.. Facebook.. Twitter.. YouTube.. LinkedIn.. RSS.. Newsletter.. Contact.. Website Policies.. This website is made possible by the support of the American People through the.. United States Agency for International Development.. (USAID).. The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project is supported by USAID's.. Office of Population and Reproductive Health.. ,.. Bureau for Global Health.. , under Cooperative Agreement #AID-OAA-A-13-00068 with the Johns Hopkins University.. K4Health is implemented by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's.. Center for Communication Programs.. (JHU∙CCP) in collaboration with.. FHI 360.. Management Sciences for Health.. , and.. IntraHealth International.. The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of JHU∙CCP.. The information provided on this website is not official U.. S.. 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    Descriptive info: Primary tabs.. Log in.. (active tab).. Request new password.. Log in using OpenID.. What is OpenID?.. Username.. *.. Enter your K4Health username.. Password.. Enter the password that accompanies your username.. Log in using OpenID.. Cancel OpenID login..

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  • Title: Toolkits | K4Health
    Descriptive info: Enter terms.. Toolkits Home.. All Toolkits.. Browse Resources.. Collaborating Organizations.. About Toolkits.. Support & Training.. Featured Toolkits.. Standard Days Method® Integration in India.. Family Planning Immunization Integration Toolkit.. Emergency Contraception Toolkit.. Practical collections of trusted public health resources, chosen by experts, arranged for easy use.. Learn More.. Create a Toolkit.. Latest Toolkit Updates.. Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings Toolkit.. Updated: February 03, 2014.. Emergency Contraception for Crisis Settings: Key Resources.. This document highlights resources-- including websites, technical guidelines, and articles--that provide information on the provision of ECs in crisis settings, including for refugee and internally displaced persons (IDP) populations.. Emergency Contraceptive Pills: Medical and Service Delivery Guidelines (3rd edition).. Updated in 2012, the Medical and Service Delivery Guidelines are ICEC’s most widely distributed publication.. Designed to serve as a key reference and training document for service provision, it includes a range of medical and service delivery issues in an easy to use format, from screening, dosages, and counseling to EC pill regimens.. Local programs can adapt these guidelines as necessary to comply with national or other requirements.. This document highlights resources.. —.. including websites, technical guidelines, and articles.. that provide information on the provision of EC in crisis settings, including for refugee and internally displaced persons (IDP) populations.. Regimen Update: Dosage and Timing (for levonorgestrel-only emergency contraception pills).. This policy statement describes a revised dosing regimen for levonorgestrel-only emergency contraceptive pills.. (LNG ECPs).. A study published by the World Health Organization shows that a single 1.. 5 mg dose of these pills is just as effective as two 0.. 75 mg pills taken 12 hours apart.. The single dose is also simpler for a woman to use.. The study found that LNG ECPs are more effective if used soon after intercourse, but they can provide some protection from unwanted pregnancy up to five days (120 hours) after unprotected intercourse.. The Unfinished Agenda: Next Steps to Increase Access to Emergency Contraception.. Twenty years of global partnerships have resulted in a dramatic increase in the availability of emergency contraception products, yet closer examination reveals that access remains limited, especially in developing countries.. This brief describes current access to EC, identifies access gaps and barriers, and investigates root causes of these gaps.. Eight recommendations are made for advocates, policymakers and other partners working to improve access to EC.. Toolkit.. Updated: January 30, 2014.. A Forecasting Guide for New and Underused Methods of Family Planning.. The quandary: how does one go about forecasting for reproductive health commodities when there is limited or no historical data on which to base the projection? This guide provides direction to programs that want to forecast for new and underused methods (NUMs) of family planning.. It supports program managers and others involved in forecasting as they plan to (1) introduce a contraceptive technology for the first time in a country, and/or (2) position an underused method for scale up.. The guide recognizes that accurate forecasts take into account the larger system into which the NUM will be.. Updated: January 10, 2014.. Adolescent Reproductive Health in Indonesia Toolkit.. K4Health Reproductive Health Indonesia hadir untuk Anda dalam wadah eToolkit untuk menampung segala informasi yang dibutuhkan para penyelia kesehatan sampai pada masyarakat yang membutuhkannya.. Wadah ini disusun dengan  ...   on the Global Evidence to support the practice; Country Experiences with CBA2I; Advocacy for gaining buy-in and changing policy; Piloting, Implementing, and Scaling Up programs; and the.. Community-Based Family Planning Toolkit.. Welcome to the Community-Based Family Planning Toolkit.. Community-based family planning (CBFP) brings family planning information and methods to women and men in the communities where they live.. One of the main objectives of CBFP programs is to increase access to and choice of contraceptive methods in underserved areas.. Community health workers provide access to a variety of methods, such as oral contraceptives, condoms, and increasingly, injectable contraceptives.. They also educate women and couples to use fertility awareness methods such as the Lactational Amenorrhea Method.. Condom Use Toolkit.. Welcome to the Condom Use Toolkit.. Male and female condoms are the only contraceptive methods that provide dual protection against both unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV.. Through state-of-the-art scientific evidence, programmatic guidance, and implementation tools, the Condom Use Toolkit assists health policy makers, program managers, service providers, and others in planning, managing, evaluating, and supporting the provision of condoms.. Many items in the Condom Use Toolkit can be adapted for use in specific country contexts and unique program.. Updated: January 17, 2014.. Demographic and Health Surveys Toolkit.. For more than 25 years, the MEASURE Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) project has implemented more than 300 surveys in over 90 countries.. MEASURE DHS data on population, health, HIV, and nutrition are commonly used as benchmarks by global and country policymakers.. While capacity-building efforts in the MEASURE DHS program emphasize on-the-job training and collaboration, written materials and documents also provide a powerful means of transferring skills and experience on best practices in survey implementation.. MEASURE DHS has developed this Toolkit to present in one place the.. Elements of Family Planning Success Toolkit.. What elements are needed to make family planning programs successful? Health care professionals around the world have identified the top 10 essential components that program managers, policy makers, service providers, and others can focus on to make their efforts a success.. Some 500 survey respondents from 98 countries made suggestions as to what are the most important and challenging elements of a successful family planning program.. Another 280 health care professionals from 60 countries discussed the findings of the survey online.. K4Health staff organized the findings into 10.. Welcome to the Emergency Contraception Toolkit.. This Toolkit contains fundamental information, evidence-based guidance, and programmatic tools for providing emergency contraception.. The Toolkit also provides a range of case studies and reports sharing experiences and lessons learned from implementation of emergency contraception programs in countries around the world.. Use the purple navigation menu on the right side of the page or the site map to browse the resources in this Toolkit.. What is emergency contraception, and why does it matter? A broken condom.. Missed pills.. A sexual assault.. Pages.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. next ›.. last ».. Toolkit Topics.. Cross-Cutting Technical Areas.. Environmental Health.. Family Planning Methods.. Family Planning/Reproductive Health Programs and Services.. Gender.. Integration of Services.. Maternal and Child Health.. Order Toolkits on CD.. K4Health offers an offline version of toolkits on CD-ROM to people working in developing countries with limited Internet access.. Order Now..

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  • Title: eLearning | K4Health
    Descriptive info: Forums.. K4Health supports the Implementing Best Practices (IBP).. Knowledge Gateway.. , one of the most popular online knowledge-sharing spaces in the health and development sector.. eLearning uses technology to create a virtual classroom where learners from any location can access information and learn about new topics, technical guidance, and program practices.. K4Health's current eLearning activities.. include:.. ACE Mobile App.. The ACE mobile app gives family planning providers an easy and effective way to check whether clients are medically eligible to start using certain contraceptive methods.. Global Health: Science and Practice Journal.. is a new open-access, peer-reviewed online journal, that launched on March 26, 2013.. Global Health eLearning.. (GHeL): Over 50 courses on a range of public health topics vetted by technical experts.. PEPFAR eLearning.. : Courses focused on critical technical and programmatic guidance for PEPFAR implementing partners and national HIV/AIDS program staff around the world.. Field-based eLearning.. : K4Health is involved in eLearning activities in.. Bangladesh.. Nigeria.. , and the.. Southern Africa.. region.. Current course offerings are free, low-bandwidth friendly, and available around the clock.. eLearning includes Web- and computer-based learning,  ...   courses at their own pace—an ideal situation for busy professionals.. eLearning methodologies are especially useful in countries with limited higher education opportunities--for example, more than half of developing countries do not have postgraduate public health programs.. Visit the.. eLearning Tookit.. for a step-by-step guide to developing and implementing an eLearning strategy, highlighting key decision making junctures and linking to templates and additional resources.. Benefits of eLearning.. Addresses specific training needs and learning styles, allowing individuals to learn in a range of ways.. Some eLearning models allows learners to assess their knowledge before and after training.. Delivers training right to the desktop, online or offline, making it easier to incorporate learning into individual schedules.. For example, offline versions of courses can be made available on flash drives and CD-ROMs.. Testimonials.. Clear, concise information that I could access during my free time (in the middle of the night).. I am too busy during the day to focus on learning key data collection issues.. Learner from Nigeria.. Good to spend the short period of time to get knowledge from this web access.. Learner from Cambodia..

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  • Title: Featured Topics | K4Health
    Descriptive info: For nearly 40 years, K4Health and its.. predecessor projects.. at the.. have been synthesizing and.. sharing health knowledge.. with program managers, service providers, and other health care professionals around the world.. Our specialty focus is in.. international family planning and reproductive health.. , but we also cover.. other global health topics.. In addition, we share knowledge with our peers on our key areas of expertise, including.. knowledge management.. (KM) for public health,.. evaluation.. of health KM programs, and mobile technologies for health (.. mHealth.. ).. We are also working with USAID to gather data about and promote.. high-impact practices.. in family planning (HIPs).. Health programs with a knowledge management component are often asked to demonstrate how their information sharing activities "make a difference.. " During our long history of designing and implementing KM programs, we also have gained valuable experience in evaluating such programs.. Through conceptual frameworks, guides, journal articles, and blogs, we share our experiences with like-minded organizations and projects to learn from each other and avoid duplication of effort.. View Content.. mHealth—the use of mobile technologies (including phones, tablets, and netbooks) to improve public health—is of particular interest in developing countries, where widespread mobile  ...   the.. broadest reach and greatest impact.. K4Health is working with USAID to collect data on programs which use these practices and to maintain a.. website devoted to HIPs.. Family planning and HIV/AIDS programs and services have many overlaps.. For example, male and female condoms are the only methods that prevent both unintended pregnancy and HIV transmission and acquisition.. Integrated HIV/AIDS and family planning services are important in preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV.. Knowledge management (KM) is a set of approaches that value and support.. generating, curating, and sharing knowledge.. , with the goal of making that knowledge.. accessible and usable.. in different formats by different people.. In many business contexts, KM is used as a tool for greater organizational effectiveness and efficiency—to improve the bottom line.. K4Health uses—and promotes the use of—KM to.. improve public health outcomes.. Our bottom line is that.. knowledge management can help save lives.. Supportive Family Planning Policies.. Evidence-Based Family Planning Programming.. Strong Leadership and Good Management.. Effective Health Communication Strategies.. Contraceptive Security.. Trained, High-Performing Providers.. Client-Centered Family Planning Care.. Easy Access to Services.. Affordable Family Planning Services.. Ten Elements of Family Planning Success.. Integrating Health Services.. Contraceptive Methods.. Maternal Child Health..

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  • Title: Publications & Resources | K4Health
    Descriptive info: Publications Resources.. 1.. Posted on: May 30, 2013 - Technical Briefs Reports - Knowledge Management for Public Health.. Bangladesh BCC Working Group.. 2.. Posted on: May 30, 2013 - K4Health Toolkit - Knowledge Management for Public Health, - Ten Elements of Family Planning Success, - Contraceptive Methods, - Maternal Child Health.. Health, Population, Nutrition eToolkit for Field Workers.. 3.. Posted on: March 13, 2013 - Guides Handbooks - Contraceptive Methods.. Facts for Family Planning.. Facts for Family Planning presents a comprehensive collection of key information and messages that anyone can use who communicates to others about.. 4.. Posted on: April 02, 2012 - Guides Handbooks - Contraceptive Methods.. Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers.. One of K4Health's flagship publications, Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers offers clinic-based health care professionals in.. 5.. Posted on: December 06, 2013 - K4Health Fact Sheets - Mobile Technologies for Health (mHealth).. K4Health Focus on mHealth.. Learn about K4Health's mHealth expertise.. Note that this promotional publication is designed to be printed and folded.. 6.. Posted on: November 27, 2013 - Guides Handbooks - Evaluating  ...   of Integration of Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health and Nutrition, Family Planning and HIV: Executive Summary.. 10.. Unpublished/Grey Literature Related to MNCHN-FP, cited in the Cochrane Review.. 1 of 14.. K4Health Publications Resources.. These resources are a small selection of K4Health's core publications.. Many more resources are available in our.. ;.. in.. (a new open-access journal); in.. , the world's largest database of reproductive health literature; and on the companion website for.. Retain current filters.. Filter by topic(s):.. 59.. Apply Knowledge Management for Public Health filter.. 21.. Apply HIV/AIDS filter.. 20.. Apply Contraceptive Methods filter.. Apply Evaluating Health KM Programs filter.. 12.. Apply Ten Elements of Family Planning Success filter.. 9.. Apply Maternal Child Health filter.. Apply High-Impact Practices in Family Planning filter.. Apply Mobile Technologies for Health (mHealth) filter.. Filter by resource type:.. 67.. K4Health Toolkit.. Apply K4Health Toolkit filter.. 15.. Technical Briefs Reports.. Apply Technical Briefs Reports filter.. K4Health Fact Sheets.. Apply K4Health Fact Sheets filter.. Needs Assessments.. Apply Needs Assessments filter.. Partner Publications.. Apply Partner Publications filter.. Guides Handbooks.. Apply Guides Handbooks filter.. Job Aids.. Apply Job Aids filter..

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    Descriptive info: Blog.. Blog News.. Current news and personal insights from and for the global public health community.. About This Image.. K4Health Highlights.. Katherine Tumlinson.. Measurement, Learning & Evaluation Project at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | Graduate Research Assistant and Doctoral Candidate.. Share.. Add a Comment.. Becca Simon.. JHU∙CCP | Communications Director.. Saori Ohkubo.. JHU∙CCP | Monitoring & Evaluation Director.. Lisa Mwaikambo.. JHU∙CCP | eLearning Coordinator & KM Officer.. Jarret Cassaniti.. JHU∙CCP | Program Officer.. Dawn Chin Quee.. FHI 360 | Scientist I.. Ann Hendrix-Jenkins.. JHU∙CCP | Director, Knowledge Management Unit & K4Health Project.. 8.. ….. ★.. Featured Series.. Newsletters, announcements, and updates from the K4Health team.. Women of the World.. Focusing on empowerment, health, and human rights issues.. K4Health Newsletter.. Read recent issues.. |.. Posts by Topic.. 247.. 65.. 46..  ...   Project at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | Graduate Research Assistant and Doctoral Candidate.. Erica Nybro.. MEASURE DHS, JHU∙CCP | Senior Research Associate.. Libby Skolnik.. MLE Project, JHU∙CCP | KM Manager.. Colleen Farrell.. Save the Children | Knowledge Management Specialist, Child Protection and HIV AIDS.. Amy Metzger.. Christian Connections for International Health | Project Manager.. Meredith Puleio DuBoff.. Independent Consultant.. Mysha Sissine.. Futures Group | Health Informatics Business Analyst.. All Contributors.. , under Cooperative Agreement #GPO-A-00-08-00006-00.. (JHU∙CCP) in partnership with.. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are the sole responsibility of the individual contributors; are not official U.. Government information; and do not necessarily represent the views or positions of USAID, the United States Government, or The Johns Hopkins University.. © 2013 Johns Hopkins University, All Rights Reserved |..

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  • Title: Events | K4Health
    Descriptive info: Prev.. Next.. Sun.. Mon.. Tue.. Wed.. Thu.. Fri.. Sat.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. Following Through on the 2013 ICFP: Youth, SRHR and Policy Change.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. Event Information.. These are events which K4Health believes may be of interest to the global public health community.. Most events listed here  ...   event you would like us to add? Use "Submit Event" on our contact form.. Upcoming Events.. Past Events.. 7th International Conference on Health Informatics (Healthinf 2014).. March 03, 2014.. March 07, 2014.. 6th Annual ICT4D Conference.. March 25, 2014.. The 4th International Conference on Mobile Communication for Development (M4D).. April 08, 2014.. Global Health Innovation Conference (GHIC2014).. April 12, 2014.. Upcoming Events List..

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  • Title: Products & Services | K4Health
    Descriptive info: From identifying audience needs, to curating content, to monitoring and evaluating our own work and other KM efforts in the public health sphere, each of our products and services helps people.. find, use, and share.. the knowledge and communication tools they need.. Mouse over the icons below for a short description of each item.. Visit Toolkits.. Toolkits provide quick and easy access to.. relevant and reliable health information.. in one convenient location, intended for.. health program managers, policy makers, and service providers.. The resources in Toolkits are.. selected by experts and arranged for practical use.. We strive to keep the toolkits up-to-date and fill remaining information gaps so that health care professionals around the world have access to the information they need to develop policies, design programs, and make health care decisions based on evidence.. At present, K4Health offers over 50 Toolkits on a wide range of health topics including :.. Family planning methods.. Family planning/reproductive health programs and services.. Maternal and child health.. Environmental health.. Cross-cutting technical areas (mHealth, leadership and management).. K4Health Toolkit users will also find.. country-specific toolkits.. which include local research findings, national policies and guidelines, program innovations, and communication materials in local languages.. Interested  ...   develop online toolkits without the need for specialized IT skills.. This easy-to-use Web-based software functions as a:.. Private work space.. In a password-protected environment, invited members of a toolkit working group see the toolkit in its online format as it is being developed and can add content to it themselves.. Publishing tool.. Once the toolkit developers decide that the toolkit is ready for public viewing, K4Health can quickly remove the password protection so that any Internet user can view it.. If you would like to learn more about building your own K4Health Toolkit, contact the team at.. toolkits@k4health.. I am finding the [Gender and Health] toolkit very resourceful, especially during the design of our capacity building curriculum.. Health Equity Program Manager, CARE International/Tanzania.. Like the breadth of information, relevancy, and enjoy looking through new toolkits.. eToolkit: So easy to locate the stuff we need.. “I was surprised by the fact that often times we spend too much time inventing tools that are already made and even pre-tested, just because of failure to access certain resources like K4health.. Featured Content.. K4Health Guide for Building Collaborative Toolkits.. K4Health Toolkits: Three Process Models to Meet the Needs and Interests of Our Partners..

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  • Title: Field Activities | K4Health
    Descriptive info: Where We Work.. K4Health has a variety of knowledge management and health systems strengthening projects worldwide.. To contact our field staff, please use.. "Field Activities" on our contact form.. Countries.. Ethiopia.. Ghana.. India.. Indonesia.. Kenya.. Lesotho.. Malawi.. Peru.. Senegal.. Southern Africa Region.. Swaziland..

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  • Title: About K4Health | K4Health
    Descriptive info: About K4Health.. Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project.. is funded by the.. Agency for International Development.. (USAID).. (PRH), within its.. K4Health is led by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s.. (JHU∙CCP), in collaboration with.. (MSH), and.. 2013 is the beginning of a new five-year project cycle, but we are the inheritors of a rich store of expertise and resources from.. going back nearly 40 years.. K4Health works to improve access to and sharing of global, regional, and country-specific.. public health knowledge.. , particularly about.. family planning and reproductive health.. (FP/RH).. Since FP/RH issues do not exist in a vacuum, we also share information about related public health issues (such as.. maternal and child health.. Read more about our areas of expertise.. We approach our work from a knowledge management (KM)  ...   and systems, and find ways for knowledge to be shared more effectively.. Our products and services strengthen the KME capabilities of the global health sector.. The rise of the Internet, social media, and mobile technologies have made more information available to more people than ever before—but not everyone has equal access.. While some people face challenges of.. information overload.. , others are still struggling with.. lack of access.. to information.. K4Health serves a broad audience, including people at both extremes of the information spectrum.. We strive to span the divide between the leading edge and the trailing edge by providing resources in a variety of online, mobile, and offline formats.. More About Pages.. Management Team.. Areas of Expertise.. Mission, Vision, Values.. Project History.. Join Our Team.. Map, Parking, and Transit Information..

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